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Average of a set of data

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best way to picture Quantitative data.

best way to picture Categorical data is a segmented

use this to model how a response variable might change as an explanatory variable changes

(value - mean)/standard dev =.

overall pattern of a distribution of Quantitative data

a bell-shaped distribution is known as a

Least squares regression line can be abbreviated

difference between an actual value and a predicted value

when prediction uses an x-value that is outside the interval used to obtain the line

amount by which a predicted value of y changes when x is increased by 1 unit

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One of the simplest forms of quantitative statistical analysis which involves the analysis of two variables to determine the relationship between them.

A graph based on the minimum, lower quartile, median, upper quartile, and maximum of statistical data.

The capacity of one variable to influence another.

Midpoint of a given value of data; mean is used to find it.

A selection of all or part of a set of numbers without regard about the order they are selected in

A statistical technique used to determine, measure, and describe the strength and direction of two variables' relationship.

Used to determine the amount of observations that are above or below a certain data set.

Information which conclusions can be drawn from.

When a distribution is stretched or squeezed.

A chart consisting of fairly simple scale in which data is plotted, commonly, by dots.

A bar graph that shows the frequency of data items in numerical intervals.

The average of a numerical set.

The middle number of a numerical set.

The most frequently occurring in a number set.

Upper Quartile-Lower Quartile

Entries in the body of a table

Entries in the "Total" columns and "Total" rows

A point that falls above the third quartile or below the first quartile at more than 1.5 times the interquartile range.

An arrangement of all or part of a set of objects, with regard to the order of the arrangement.

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The three points that divide data into four equal parts

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Used to categorize and quantify variables

A histogram that rises to the left

A histogram that rises to the right

The extent to which a distribution stretches or squeezes

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Estimates of the value of a population parameter

A histogram that could be perfectly folded in half

Data with only one variable

The measure of datas resistance to outliers

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when we predict a value inside the domain and range of the data

a diagram showing the relation between variable quantities

if for every point on that intervals the first derivate is positive

is commonly used to determine the distance between two numbers on the number line

is a set of real numbers that contains all real numbers lying between any two numbers of the set

describes a relationship between two quantities that show a constant rate of change

is a point where the graph of a function or relation intersects the y-axis of the cordinate system

a mathematical relationship or rule expreesed in symbols

if they are increasing at the same rate, the graphs will never cross

is a function whose graph produces a line

greather than, greather than or equal to, less than, or less than or equal to, between two numbers or algebraic expressions

determines if the function is an increasing function or a decreasing function

a collection of facts

when we predict a value outside the domain and range of the data

a function whose value decreases as the independent variables increases over a give range

when a point crosses x-axis then that point

is a point, line, or curve common to two or more objects

statement of equality between two expressions consisting of variables and/or numbers

lines that intersect at a rigth (90 degrees) angle

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